How one middle-grades teacher spends the first days of school

08/25/2013 | MiddleWeb

The first few days of the school year are a whirlwind, middle-grades educator Heather Wolpert-Gawron writes in this blog post. To help teachers get started, she suggests teachers ask for additional information about their students to help develop a permanent seating chart, establish a way to easily group students and share key dates for assignments and exams that should be on students' radar. She also suggests establishing and posting a "classroom constitution" that includes expectations for behavior and other information, with each student signing their names using a quill dipped in ink.

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